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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of funk.


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  • Anonymous said ... wow ... itz like a book or somethin funked like that

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  • He had had no idea that he would have, so to speak, "funked" it so.

    The Wooden Horse

  • Ah, yes, to be sure we were heroes, and I too (though now soft and self-conscious) played an Homeric part upon the yard, was bold, and afraid, and "funked" it with any god-smitten, panic-driven half-god by

    A Tramp's Notebook

  • The one member of the Council who stands out in my memory as not having "funked" the Chairman is Mr. John Burns, whose action and bearing in the Council formed one of my most interesting studies.

    Fifteen Chapters of Autobiography

  • His special line was to tell truths that other people either "funked," as he said, or overlooked, but he never told the only truth that seemed to me in these days to signify.


  • He said that he really "funked" going aloft, for it made his head swim when he looked down.

    On Board the Esmeralda Martin Leigh's Log - A Sea Story

  • Totski's position was very uncomfortable; having "funked" once, he could not totally regain his ease.

    The Idiot

  • 'God bless my soul!' said Mr. Schnackenberger, who now 'funked' [24] enormously; 'if that's the case, she might well have so much spare room to offer me: twenty-three gentlemen!

    The Uncollected Writings of Thomas de Quincey, Vol. 2 With a Preface and Annotations by James Hogg

  • However, one thing that kind of funked me out is the numpad on the right hand side.

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  • According to court docs obtained by the Times, Hilton's lawyers are claiming that Polo "funked" with the blogger, hitting him three or four times in the face, because the group was angry he'd trashed their current album. Celeb News


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